Tag Archives: Net Neutrality

CN Mar 9 2017

Can the development of television, and radio before it, teach us anything about what the next few years of digital communications will bring us? In some ways, yes, says Walter J. Podrazik, co-author of Watching TV. “This inherently is important … Continue reading

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CN Jan 30, 2014

  Is the Internet a public asset? Is it something like Lake Michigan, that we long go decided should be “forever open, clear and free”?  If it is, how do we deal with the private companies that bring us that … Continue reading

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CN Oct. 17, 2013

  In our democracy, Bob McChesney says, “the range of debate goes from GE to GM.” In Dollarocracy, a new book written with his colleague John Nichols, there’s a direct line from Citizens United to the just-ended government shutdown. People … Continue reading

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